Health Care Enrollment
The United Way of Madison County is the lead agency for the Covering Kids and Families Madison County Coalition. The coalition is a joint effort by health care and social service agencies to reduce the number of uninsured Hoosiers by focusing on enrolling eligible residents in coverage that best meets their needs. Available options are as follows:
- Hoosier Healthwise (HHW) is Indiana’s health care program for children, pregnant women, and low-income families. Members choose a doctor and a health plan to get regular checkups and health care for illnesses.
- Healthy Indiana Plan (HIP) is an affordable health insurance program for uninsured adult Hoosiers. There may be a small monthly cost depending on your income and family size.
- Presumptive Eligibility for Pregnant Women (PEPW) allows pregnant women to receive temporary coverage while their eligibility is being determined for HHW.
- The Health Insurance Marketplace (Marketplace) is where individuals and small businesses can shop for and buy private health insurance at reduced costs based on income and family size.
If you or someone you know is currently uninsured, complete an online referral, call 765-608-3062 or E-mail to learn more about available plans and to find the enrollment center closest to you. To get an estimate of the subsidies for which you may be eligible through the Marketplace, please use the calculator below.